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Klaus Dinger

As half from the famous Krautrock duo Neu!, drummer Klaus Dinger pioneered the hypnotic, perpetual-motion rhythmic design later on dubbed “motorik,” creating mechanised yet profoundly human being grooves that could galvanize successive decades of digital and pop performers. Given birth to in Germany on March 24, 1946, Dinger considered music …

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Julia Holter

Los Angeles-based composer/multi-instrumentalist Julia Holter blurs the limitations between indie music, contemporary structure, and electronic music in her own are well while her collaborations, such as use Nite Jewel’s Ramona Gonzalez and underground folk icon Linda Perhacs. Holter was raised inside a musically willing family members — her dad can …

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Belbury Poly

Jim Jupp is both main music machine in Belbury Poly and a co-founder from the Ghost Container Music label, the last mentioned alongside graphic developer Julian Home. Jupp called his musical task after a provincial British town developed by C.S. Lewis in his allegorical book That Hideous Power and, on …

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Matthew Bourne

A active, forceful, and risk-taking pianist, Matthew Bourne defies pigeonholing but is kin to performers in the nu-jazz picture. Categories like this deny his wide appeal, nevertheless. He draws not merely upon the jazz piano custom of Count number Basie, Costs Evans, Herbie Hancock, and Thelonious Monk, themselves a mixed …

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Gnaw Their Tongues

The experimental dark metal moniker of Mories (born Maurice de Jong), the Netherlands’ Gnaw Their Tongues (named after a verse in the Bible) first started releasing work in 2006 using the full-length CD Spit at Me personally and Wreak Havoc on My Flesh a year after “formation.” Much like most …

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Paul de Marinis

Studied at the guts for Contemporary Music, Mills University. Collaborated with composer Robert Ashley for the music for In Sara, Mencken, Christ and Beethoven, THERE HAVE BEEN Women and men. Many innovative uses of modern tools to create audio installations, for instance, the actions of fish within a tank to …

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Western Automatic

Matt Christensen formed European Auto in 1997 like a creative store for experimental consumer electronics, much like pioneer Brian Eno. Incorporating textured horns, string plans, and piano, Traditional western Automatic’s sultry soundscapes produced its debut with It’s 1995, released on Loose Thread Recordings in 2000.

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Brian Reinbolt

Pc music composer and performer Brian Reinbolt has collaborated with Tag Trayle (from the Hub) and Ben Azarm, and has recordings in the Artifact Information label. In the first ’90s, the Bay Region composer had taken a hiatus from music-making for just two years; what arrived upon his come back …

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Mannequin Lung

Other than performing as a maker with his task Mannequin Lung, Allen Avanessian also co-runs the well-respected and diverse record label Plug Study with Joe Babylon. Avanessian offers documented since 1994, operating under the titles r.e.a.l.m and Wrench. Using the atmospheric, dub-speckled home productions of Mannequin Lung, Avenessian produced a …

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Danna & Clément

Though both artists have released gratifying solo albums (start to see the separate listings), these Canadian digital musicians first became well known as a team. Their music collectively can be an organic synthesis of noises from character and softly unfolding digital ambiences.

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